Decision Questionable But Process Disturbing

Decision Questionable But Process Disturbing

The County Commissioners have fired 11 employees in the Comprehensive Planning, Development Review and Permitting and Environmental Programs departments. The idea is to cut “dead weight” in these slow economic and development times and merge the three departments, returning essentially to the way the county operated prior to the most recent real estate boom earlier… Read more »

SDHS Journalism Students Visit Newseum in DC

The Stephen Decatur High School journalism classes visited the Newseum in Washington, D.C. on April 23. The cost of the trip was funded by an $800 educational grant from Target. Above, near the Capitol are Jeron Hardy, Liz Bowman, teacher Kimberly Patrick, Breanna Rohrer and Rosa Navarra.

Worcester Prep’s Academic Convocation Winners

Top award winners at Worcester Prep’s Academic Convocation for Grades 6-11 were, from left, Meredith Soule´, Highest Academic Average forGrades 6-8; Roland Gerachis, Best All-Round Student Grades 6-8; Katie Marshall, Best All-Round Student Grades 9-11; and Megan Rosales, Highest Academic Average, Grade 9-11. The students received bonds and plaques, gifts of honor from the Worcester… Read more »